Khunying Pattama Confirms Thailand’s Willingness To Organize Asian Youth Badminton Battle Nov 29 – 4 Dec.

Khunying Pattama Confirms Thailand’s Willingness To Organize Asian Youth Badminton Battle Nov 29 – 4 Dec.

The latest movement of the Badminton Association of Thailand under the royal patronage For hosting the Badminton Asia U17 & U15 Junior Championships 2022, which will be held at the Central Plaza Chaengwattana, Chaengwattana Road, Pak Kret District, Chaeng Watthana Province. Nonthaburi from 29 November to 4 December 2022

Khunying Pattama Leesawattrakul Committee of the International Olympic Committee or IOC Member Vice President of the Badminton World Federation And the President of the Badminton Association of Thailand revealed that up to now the organizer of the competition is 100% ready to be a good host for the competition. That today will be an opportunity for the children. The athletes trained at the Central Plaza Chaengwattana stadium.

Khunying Pattama said that more than 550 athletes from 15 nations will participate in this competition. Up to 134 young Thai badminton players eligible to represent the Thailand national youth team have the opportunity to compete in major Asian tournaments. For this tournament, it is considered to be another big stage where the world’s top talents in the modern era, such as world No. 14 Kodai Naraoka from Japan, world No. 2 Lee Si Jia from Malaysia, Lakya. India, including “View” Kulwut Vitidsant, the world’s No. 9 hand, was born into this arena first.

“I would like to ask sports fans to help send encouragement to young Thai badminton players. Fight 2022 Asian Youth Badminton Championships, One Model Under 17 and One Model Under 15, which will be held at Central Plaza Chaengwattana, Nonthaburi Province between November 29th and December 4th, 2022.

For the competition schedule, starting November 29, it will be the first round of the competition. until the Finals of All Kinds on December 4, 2022, with the competition starting at 9:00am daily, interested sports fans can participate in this competition for free without having to pay any entrance fees or follow the Live Streaming via Youtube Channel: BadmintonThailand Official and Facebook Fanpage: Badminton Association of Thailand

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